a breakwall found on Lake Ontario

Province invests in Great Lakes plastic pollution fight

by Editorial Staff | October 28, 2020

The province is investing $375,000 in Pollution Probe, an effort to help combat plastic pollution in Ontario’s Great Lakes and tributaries.

a buck steps out cautiously from the verge

November 2020 solunar calendar

by Editorial Staff | October 27, 2020

The solunar calendar for November 2020 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

the ultimate outdoorsman

The ultimate outdoorsman

by Gord Ellis | October 19, 2020

The story of freshwater fishing hall of fame inductee Ray Dupuis, who at 86 is an active hunter, trapper, fisherman, and conservationist.

late fall walleye

Fishing late fall walleye patterns

by Tim Allard | October 16, 2020

Late fall is an incredible time to fish walleye, as turnover tribulations are over and fish concentrate on mid to deep structure.

Lake Erie

Lower Great Lakes hit record high temperatures

by Jeff Helsdon | October 16, 2020

Record high temperatures in two Canadian Great Lakes could have an impact on the future of the fishery, if the trend continues.

Former Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay dies

by Steve Galea | October 15, 2020

Former Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay died in Halifax, Nova Scotia on July 29, 2020 at the age of 72.

a fallen, forgotten take-out cup embedded in leaves

Slobs cause Quinte Conservation to charge parking fees

by Steve Galea | October 8, 2020

Quinte Conservation (QC) has resumed charging for parking to offset burgeoning cleanup costs.

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Asian carp funding awaiting approval

by Jeff Helsdon | October 7, 2020

Funding for the latest American measures meant to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes is one hurdle away from approval.

No delays with Outdoors Cards: MNRF

by Editorial Staff | October 6, 2020

The pandemic has not caused any delays to the production and distribution of Outdoors Cards, an MNRF spokesperson confirmed.